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Building a Healthy Economy from the Bottom Up: Harnessing Real-World Experience for Transformative Change

by Anthony Flaccavento foreword by Bill McKibben

The global economy has witnessed important changes in recent years.

The Separate City: Black Communities in the Urban South, 1940-1968

by Christopher Silver and John V. Moeser

A ground-breaking collaborative study merging perspectives from history, political science, and urban planning, The Separate City is a trenchant analysis of the development of the African-American community in the urban South.

Metropolitan City Expenditures: A Comparative Analysis

by Roy W. Bahl

In this study of the structure of core city expenditures, Mr. Bahl analyzes the functional relationship between per capita expenditures and selected economic, demographic, and sociological factors.

A House for All Peoples: Ethnic Politics in Chicago 1890–1936

by John M. Allswang

This book assesses the role of urban ethnic groups, particularly in terms of the rise of the Democratic Party to national predominance between 1928 and 1932.

The Urban South: A History

by Lawrence H. Larsen

In this panoramic survey of urbanization in the American South from its beginnings in the colonial period through the “Sunbelt” era of today, Lawrence Larsen examines both the ways in which southern urbanization has paralleled that of other regions and the distinctive marks of “southernness” in the historical process.